Even amid the growth of remote and hybrid work, intimate relationships among co-workers are increasing. So it’s essential for HR leaders to have a policy in place.
By July 1st, the proposed regulations state that Connecticut employers must distribute a Notice of Employee Rights to their employees, notifying them of Connecticut FMLA and Connecticut Paid Leave.
A new Connecticut law was established to assist the estimated 600,000 Connecticut residents that do not have access to a retirement savings plan through their employer.
Nick Daukas reminds all employers of the do’s and don’ts of summer internships.
The grass isn’t always greener and many try to get their old job back. So it pays to keep in touch with your departed superstars.
Carol Kardas shares leading predictions on both the overall salary increase budgets and the merit increases for 2022.
As we head into 2022, communication continues to be critical competency when leading and managing remote, hybrid and on site teams. Cheryl Chester offers some tips to enhance personal communication skills.
Join Leesa Schipani for “The Great Retention: How Do We Get There?” on December 9th.
Answers to questions our clients are asking to comply with the new Connecticut Paid Leave Act and Connecticut FMLA, starting January 1, 2022.
Register for the HRACC webinar: “CT Paid Leave Act and CT FMLA: What Employers Need to Know Now”